It is a tragedy when the church saves money instead of saving souls. We MUST spend to save.
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The less Holy Spirit we have, the more cake and coffee we need to keep the church going.
God always works with workers and moves with movers, but He does not sit with sitters.
When you do business with people you need money. When you do business with God you need faith. Faith is the currency of the Kingdom of God.
If you are doing nothing, God doesn't need to give you any help in doing nothing. Go out and do something impossible for Jesus, and then God will help you.
The Gospel is ‘Good News’, not ‘Good History’, because when it’s preached, it happens.
God is not a duplicator, He is a Creator. You are an original!
I don't want to play with marbles, when God told me to move mountains!
Don't plan with what is in your pocket; plan with what is in God's pocket
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